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In 1997, in association with the University of South Carolina Press, the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World program established a book series that publishes monographs, collections of original essays, and scholarly editions of significant primary sources for the study of the Carolina Lowcountry and/or the Atlantic World.
Published in cooperation with the Library Company of Philadelphia's program in African American History, this series from the University of Georgia Press emphasizes comparative and transnational approaches and focuses on the development of, and challenges to, racialized inequality in Atlantic culture, with a particular focus on the Americas. Books in the series explore the evolving meanings of race, slavery, and nation; African identity formation across the Atlantic world; and struggles over emancipation and its aftermath.